She had been talking to a guy she works with since she started working there. At first she complained about him. Then gradually started talking about him more often. She has always had more guy friends then girl friends. Whenever I questioned her about if she liked him or was interested in him as more than a friend she always said no. Towards the end of the relationship, before I found out she had cheated with him, when I questioned her about her relationship with him she accused me of not being secure with our relationship. A few days later is when I overheard her say she had cheated with her coworker when I was out of town.
- I should have broken up when I felt we were drifting apart.Vote A
- I did right to wait until I found out she was interested in someone else.Vote B
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I think it's fine you didn't just jump to conclusions. Whether you left after finding out she cheated or having not known that and giving it some more time before you decided it just wasn't going to work out between the both of you is fine.
A lot of women respect a man for giving them the benefit of the doubt and wanting to work things out, rather than just bolt at the first sign of trouble.
You can't worry or regret your decision to wait, since that means you actually cared about this person and the relationship enough to wait things out.0